Update: The coupon is no longer available. 

Print a coupon to save $0.75 on Colgate toothpaste and save it for a couple weeks! The week of 6/16, Colgate toothpaste will be on sale at Walgreens for $3.00 with a $2.50 Register Reward. After the coupon, it’s a moneymaker! Remember that you can earn only one Register Reward per offer per transaction.

Colgate Total Toothpaste, 4 or 4.2 oz $3.00, sale price 6/16 – 6/22
Buy 1, Receive $2.50 Register Reward 6/16 – 6/22
Use $0.75/1 – Colgate Total, Optic White, Max Fresh or Sensitive Toothpaste, excludes trial size, no more than 4 coupons for the same product in the same transaction – (coupons.com)
Pay $2.25, Receive $2.50 Register Reward
Final Price: $0.25 Moneymaker 

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31 thoughts on “Gone: Better-than-Free Colgate at Walgreens, Starting 6/16!”

  1. Barbara Michelle Venegas says:

    This is not something I can roll the rewards on right?? I wanna be prepared plus is there a limit??

    • Anonymous says:

      Unless determined after the sale has started, the RR usually do not roll. It is a limit of 1 RR per item per transaction. You can do mult. trans, depending on what your store allows in a single visit, but you can also do mult. visits. There is no set limit.

  2. Claudia Ovitt says:


  3. Tt says:

    Is there a limit to how many times you can get the RR?

    • guest says:

      To get more then 1 RR you have to do multiple transaction. Check your walgreens to see how many transaction they let you do. My walgreens let me do total of 4 different transactions.

  4. Paul2812 says:

    I dont see this special for nextweek only 2x$6 colgate brand with a reward back $2. with a coupon .75C make $1.25

  5. Kammi says:

    Can you do multiple transactions and use the RR on your next purchase of toothpaste or does the RR have to be used on a different item?

    • Anonymous says:

      1 RR per item per transaction; Multiple transactions are allowed but DO NOT use the RR earned on the next transaction purchasing the same item or another RR will not print.

  6. LRL says:

    I saw on your website that we can register our store cards on a specific website so we can get points or money back, I am not sure.. I was looking for that comment but I cant find it. can you please tell me what is the website. thank you in advance.

    • mshadrick says:

      Hi, I believe what you are asking about is http://www.savingstar.com. You sign up and add your store cards numbers to it and then you pick out coupons you would like to add. After you buy said items at the stores that you have previously registered with the site, they will send you the money in the form of an account on the site and then it will be disbursed to you in a gift card or pay pal account. That’s how I understand it. It’s not coupons taken off at the register, the amount gets put into an account for you.

    • Anonymous says:

      Ibotta or shopkick, possibly?

    • mshadrick says:

      http://www.savingstar.com. You can sign up. Then put in your store card numbers and then pick the coupons that you will use. That is in addition to the regular coupons. So, you can use a 50 cent off coupon for shampoo and choose the same coupon on savingstar.com and you will get both. Only the savingstar puts that money away in an account instead of taking it off at the register. HTH

    • Anonymous says:

      Oh, maybe you are referring to Savings star

    • kdreis says:

      SavingStar gives you cash back for certain items when you register your store cards

  7. ttp says:

    coupon is not available anymore! :( will there be more?

    • Anonymous says:

      I printed mine already so it says limit reached, but I still see it there–try a different browser or search thru all of the available coupons on the site link

      • Ttp says:

        I’m using IE for my browser. Were u still able to print even when it said limit reached?

        • Anonymous says:

          No, I could not print it because I reached the limit, but I thought since I still could see it, then it was still available and you should be able to see it as well. I am also using IE. Try going to the Walmart site, look all the way at the bottom under “walmart dot com” and there is a link for printable coupons or simply put coupons in the search box. Click on there and I just saw it –it has a lot of the same coupons as the link given here. Although you can only print 2 total it does give you another option of finding the coupon.

        • Anonymous says:

          Sorry if this posts twice–not sure where the first comment went. Anyway, I could not print it because I printed the max number of times, but I still see the coupons and it says limit reached across it. I thought since I could still see it, you should be able to see it as well–I am also using IE. Try going to the Walmart site and search “coupons” or look for the coupon link down at the bottom of the Walmart home page. They have many of the same coupons found in the link above and although you can only print 2 total it gives you another option to at least find the coupon. Good luck!!

    • wfteresa says:

      I just printed it—so try again!

  8. Jennifer says:

    Here’s a question for the Krazy Coupon Lady. When I make a comment, and you ask for my name, I have no problem with that. But, I have no idea what my password is. I am sure I joined. But, then I not sure. HELP!!!!!

  9. RenDeals says:

    Also if you want,
    Hebron USA Facebook page has a $2.00/1 Kios DS product.
    It will also make a great Money Maker!
    These coupons look strange but it is Manufacturer’s Coupon.

    Note: The Best way to print these coupons is to set the print setting to landscape and 100% scale to make sure you are getting the whole coupon or if you want all three coupons on one page set the scale to 50% or use your scale to fit option if you have one. The only problem with the 50% settings is that the barcode might not work. I printed it out and it seems to small.

  10. Guest says:

    I have a manufacture coupon from the 6/2 Smart Source for a $1 off any Colgate toothpaste 4 oz or larger.